Geoff Gray is returning to Investors Group Field — but he will be wearing a new uniform. The 23-year-old, six-foot-six, 310-pound offensive lineman has signed…
The professional sporting landscape in Winnipeg just got a little more crowded. After more than a year of speculation by fans and media, Valour FC…
The league, which will be called the Canadian Premier League (CPL), will be a six to eight team league starting in 2018
In every sense, 2016 was an interesting year for sports fans in Winnipeg.
With the Bombers crashing out of the 2016 playoffs after not even making it for the past five seasons, Winnipeg football fans look over to Chicago perhaps a little green with envy.
On Oct. 9, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers clinched their first playoff berth since the 2011 season. The Bombers’ win over the B.C. Lions, along with…
Two weeks ago, the tone for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers was bleak and gloomy. But in the highly volatile Canadian Football League (CFL) things can change in a week, and did things ever change for the Bombers.
Arguably the biggest addition the Bombers have made this offseason, however, was bringing in national running back Andrew Harris – a Winnipeg native who grew up playing high school football at both Grant Park and Oak Park.
The Manitoba Moose may not be a contending team in the AHL this season, but their lineup boasts a collection of blossoming talent that is en route to starring in the NHL. Masking their woeful 11-21-2-3 record are the individual displays of Chase De Leo, J.P. Lipon, Josh Morrissey, Brenden Kichton, and Eric Comrie.
The 103rd Grey Cup on Sunday, held at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, signified a homecoming for three former Bisons football players, as Ottawa running back Kienan LaFrance and Edmonton defensive tackles Eddie Steele and Don Oramasionwu all got the chance to return to the province where their football careers started.